Security Issues in Ubiquitous Computing: A Literature Review

Priti Sharma, Nidhi Goel


Ubiquitous computing is a concept where computing is made to appear everywhere using any device, in an in any location and in any format. In this paper we have discussed the properties and applications of Ubiquitous Computing. We have also discussed some of the security challenges for Ubiquitous Computing and various security attacks on Ubiquitous Computing Networks.

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